Sampling Size?? Help Needed...

Baking By uniquelyjenn Updated 23 Jul 2009 , 2:18pm by uniquelyjenn

uniquelyjenn Posted 23 Jul 2009 , 2:19am
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O.k. so I have a list I want to try of flavors, I made a scruptious Almond WASC mini muffins and some Chocolate WASC that were awesome too. I had some raspberry preserves and when I filled the almond cupcakes I lost the wonderful almond flavor....what do you do for samples? Should I make smaller cakes rather than cupcakes? should I not fill and top? I just am making for me and my kids, I don't want the expense of making cakes, any ideas? thank you...

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cylstrial Posted 23 Jul 2009 , 12:18pm
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I think mini cupcakes are great sample sizes! Now if it's for a wedding, I would fill them and top them with frosting.

But if you own a shop and they are just sitting on a platter, I probably wouldn't go to all the trouble of filling them.

uniquelyjenn Posted 23 Jul 2009 , 2:18pm
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No, they are just for me...I want to try some of your terrific flavor combos, but I lost the wonderful cake flavor in the mini's...Yesterday I had about 96 mini's from 2 WASC batches... this morning I think I have 10, before breakfast....lmao
At least I know as I try recipes out they won't go to waste...between my kids and their frineds and my neighbors there won't be any waste.

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